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in irvine over the weekend. police say christopher jordan corner who wrote an online manifesto saying he would hurt lapd and their families. they believe dorner is armed and dangerous. one officer has been reportedly killed in the shooting this morning. we are following this. this is breaking news right now out of riverside county. we are going to bring you more information as get it. >> it is 4:44. let's check in with lawrence. we have rain coming. >> scattered showers out there this morning so doppler radar is picking up on some of that early on today. looks like more of those showers spreading around the bay area as we head throughout the day today. it's going to open the door to more showers and the possibility of isolated thunderstorms. most of that concentrated in the north bay now and not the heaviest rainfall we have ever seen just a chance to get the showers going and cold temperatures cold enough that tonight and into friday morning there's a chance we could see snow down to about 2500 feet. so a light dusting across our peaks. cold air com
the suspect and apprehend them. >> the suspect is 33-year-old christopher jordan dorner. he was fired from the lapd in 2008 for allegedly making false statements. he is accused as well of shooting a young couple to death in orange county this weekend. the slain young woman, monica qwan, was fuan, was the daughter of an lapd officer. the murders are believed to be in revenge for his firing. dorner posted a manifesto online saying this is my last resort. the lapd suppressed the truth and it's led to deadly consequences. >> bill whitaker thanks. every los angeles police officer has been put on alert. john miller former head of the lapd major crimes decision joins us now. good morning. >> good morning. >> what else do we know? >> as mr. whitaker pointed out, this is a manhunt like none other we have ever seen in los angeles. you're not just looking for a criminal who is trying to avoid detection. you're looking for a highly trained naval officer who has been through the lapd academy, who is tactically proficient, who knows where everyone lives, who understands the codes and
in california. former los angeles police officer, 33-year-old christopher jordan dorner is wanted in the murder of another former cop's daughter and her fiance. monica quan and keith lawrence were found shot to death sunday night in the parking garage of their irvine, california, condo complex. lawrence was a police officer at the university of southern california, quan an assistant women's basketball coach at cal state fullerton. here is what irvine's police chief said about the case. >> detectives have been working day and night since this tragedy. today we identified christopher jordan dorner as a subject in the double homicide. dorner was an officer in 2009 and reservist for the united states navy. of particular interest at this point in the investigation is a multipage manifesto in which the suspect has implicated himself in the slayings. >> in that manifesto dorner threatened to hurt police officers and their families according to the "l.a. times," dorner was angry with quan's father, he's now retired and may have been involved in dorner's firing in 2009. now the manifesto the writings we
gunman is an ex-l.a. police officer christopher jordan dorner, also wanted for killing the daughter of the former lapd captain and her fiance in irvine over the weekend. officers say dorner is armed and extremely dangerous. there is a blue alert now activated for eight counties in southern california from kern county down to san diego county. police say he wrote an online manifesto threatening to harm police officers, officials and their families. the lapd has placed security at the homes of those officers and officers say dorner was last seen driving a 2005 blue or gray nissan titan vehicle with ski racks on the roof. >>> some breaking news from the north bay where three people were shot during a home invasion robbery. kpix 5 reporter elissa harrington is in vallejo this morning where the suspects are still at large. elissa. >>> reporter: good morning. i just spoke with the sergeant with the vallejo police department who said this appears to have started as a home invasion and that the family that lives here might have been targeted randomly. t
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